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Ben Stower
Exploring Old Towns in Tokyo: Where to Stay
Known as “shitamachi”, Tokyo’s old towns are a pleasant escape from the tech-centric main city, where you’ll be transported back to centuries-old Japan during the Shogun and samurai era. The old towns in Tokyo, from Kawagoe and Asakusa to Yanaka and Kanda, offer rich culture and history while showcasing intimate shopping streets, family-run cafes and...
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Where to Stay in Madrid: Ultimate Guide for First-Time Visitors
Spain’s vibrant capital city, Madrid is filled with talented artists, culinary revolutionaries and non-stop nightlife aficionados. The city’s stunning architecture, from Baroque palaces to mansions, pairs perfectly with its cocktail bars, renowned Spanish tapas culture and proud football traditions. With more than 400 million annual visitors to RatesToTravelinfo, we’ve delved deep into this enigmatic city...
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Delhi and the Holi Festival: Best Hotels to Stay
The annual Holi Festival is a magical time to experience the vibrant city of Delhi, when millions of people flood the streets to celebrate the victory of goodness over evil. Holi Festival in Delhi begins with a grand morning carnival during which locals meet on the streets to smear each other in coloured powders and...
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13 Popular Beachfront Hotels in Tulum
A small and charming town on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, Tulum blends Mexico’s Mayan history with picturesque white-sand beaches, rugged cliffs and turquoise Caribbean waters. The town is separated from the beach by Parque Nacional Tulum, where you’ll find Mayan ruins, epic coastline vistas and secluded bays. With more than 400 million annual visitors to RatesToTravelinfo,...
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14 Best Punta Cana All-Inclusive Resorts
Punta Cana sits on the Dominican Republic’s easternmost tip, where it meets the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean. The town is a prime destination for honeymoons, weddings and family getaways, thanks to its resorts on white-sand and golden beaches. These offer zip-lining, windsurfing, sailing, late-night clubbing, fine-dining restaurants and every cocktail you could possibly imagine....
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15 Best Capsule Hotels in Japan
One of the first countries to ever use capsule hotels, Japan has produced one technological innovation after another during the 20th and 21st centuries. Throughout the country you can see this creativity, from the robots strutting down catwalks during fashion shows to the world-famous Robot Restaurant in Tokyo. With more than 400 million annual visitors...
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Why Taiwan is the Most Underrated Cherry Blossoms Destination this Year
While Japan and Korea get most of the attention during cherry blossom (sakura) season, you’d be remiss forgetting about Taiwan. The island country is a haven for natural beauty when its cherry blossoms are in bloom, typically from January to March or even as late as April. But why should you pick Taiwan? Taiwan is...
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15 Best Barbados All-Inclusive Resorts & Hotels
Barbados invites you to an untethered island paradise where crystalline water surrounds lush forests, white-sand beaches and fascinating British colonial landmarks. You’ll find numerous opportunities for adventure and relaxation in Barbados, from stand-up paddleboarding and island safaris to boutique shopping and a thriving nightlife. One of Barbados’ best forms of accommodation is its all-inclusive resorts....
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Where to Stay in Montreal: Travellers’ Picks for Hotels & Neighbourhoods
One of the most cultural cities in Canada, Montreal is a joy to explore thanks to its French language and traditions, gourmet dining, lively festivities and 18th-century architecture. Montreal will keep you asking “What next?” as you continue to discover more and more reasons to love this city, from its historic churches to the array...
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Where to Stay in Belize: Top Areas & Hotels
Nestled on Central America’s eastern coastline overlooking the Caribbean Sea, Belize boasts the second-largest reef in the world, a variety of water sports and wildlife sanctuaries. History abounds within Belize thanks to its ancient Mayan archaeological sites, while intricate cave systems, deep jungle hikes and zip-lining cater to adventurous travellers. With more than 400 million...
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